The topic was well researched with the author referencing several different sources/case studies to support the points being made, both positive and negative. The material was well-balanced.
Understanding why decisions fail.
Nothing in particular.
Too much to mention.
The cheezy classical music and the clapping between chapters were very annoying. It made the author appear very needy, pathetic even. If I came across that during the preview before purchasing I would have definitely considered not buying it.
There's nothing new regarding the principles and concepts the writers have documented here. But the beauty about this book is that it brought together these principles and concepts in a simple framework which makes it easy for us to apply consistently. And there is value to be had in that.
Keeping ideas simple. Making them concrete.
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